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MICHAEL BARRETT, who contributes many reviews to PopMatters.com, tries to watch at most one film a day and read at least one book a week.


filed in PLAYBILL magazine. Check out his published plays at Lulu.com.


LARRY BLAMIRE’s latest project THE LOST SKEL- ETON OF CADAVRA—THE MUSICAL was recently pro-


RAMSEY CAMPBELL’s latest novels are THE PRETENCE and THINK YOURSELF LUCKY (PS Publishing).


JOHN CHARLES’ textbook, GROUP WORK AND HUMAN RELATIONS: SOCIAL DYNAMICS FOR


CANADIAN COMMUNITY SERVICES WORKERS, will be published early in 2016 by DDE Media.


JOHN-PAUL CHECKETT is a psychologist in clinical practice.


LLOYD HAYNES is a critic whose work has appeared in WE BELONG DEAD, EXQUISITE TERROR and STRANGE THINGS ARE HAPPENING.


CHRIS HERZOG is a writer, educator and burlesque performer.


TIM LUCAS’ most recent audio commentaries are JOURNEY TO THE SEVENTH PLANET and VALENTINO


KIM NEWMAN’s latest novel is THE SECRETS OF DREARCLIFF GRANGE SCHOOL, published by


Titan Books. Keep abreast of his activities at johnnyalucard.com.


ERIC SOMER recently survived Hurricane Patricia while vacationing in Mexico. Visit his blog at filmnoirboard.blogspot.com.


BRAD STEVENS is the author of two novels, THE HUNT and its sequel A CAUTION TO RATTLESNAKES (Vamptasy Publishing).


DOUGLAS E. WINTER’s story “Bright Lights, Big Zombie” is included in Ellen Datlow’s anthology of film- themed fiction, THE CUTTING ROOM (Tachyon, 2014).


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In fond memory of Murphy Anderson, George Barris, Carol Doda, Gabriele Ferzetti, Michael C. Gross, Gunnar Hansen, Charles Herbert, Robert Loggia, Rex Reason, Germán Robles, Carole Shelyne and Holly Woodlawn.


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(Kino Lorber), and DEATH WALKS ON HIGH HEELS and DEATH WALKS AT MIDNIGHT (Arrow Video).

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